There is no more unique or compelling wine in all of Sardegna. Perhaps that is why Dettori shuns the broad generalization of Cannonau di Sardegna, rightly acknowledging that Cannonau from 6 hours away, moreover 3 hours away, separated by a mountain range is a different beast than the grapes cultivated in Sennori. Alessandro Dettori makes his wines as his grandfather did—in the most natural way possible, without sulfur, in cement tanks, high-lighting their terroir in Northwestern Sardegna. Alessandro Dettori farms from 33 hectares of land with roughly 6,00 plants per hectare. Mostly to southwest exposure but some northwest with lots of limestone. Only indigenous spontaneous yeast fermentations.